Their predominant shared message is of the vital importance of slowing down the pace of life. All of them may be downloaded from this page free of charge. The copyright remains with Martin Mosse.
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The manifesto and dynamic of BRAINWAVES, describing practically how to organise and nourish our minds so as to make fullest use of the creativity of our unconscious.
Suggests some simple measures for warding off nervous breakdown in the first place, and for recovering from it once it has struck. This has been welcomed in various quarters, including by various members of the medical profession.
Originally published in the Anglican Magazine Armlink, this consists of eight articles which centre on the practice of slowing down and waiting upon God.
Jesus gave us three sacramental commands: baptise; break bread; wash feet. We impoverish ourselves by ignoring the third. Previously published by Acorn News and The Reader.